H.R. 5881 Introduced in an Effort to Add Transparency to MSP Reporting Information

MEDVAL reports on the introduction of the PAID Act and its potential to improve Medicare Secondary Payer program. “H.R. 5881 proposes that CMS share information regarding enrollment in MAP, Part D, and Medicaid to assist with the timely discovery of conditional payments and liens.  As we have seen and written about here on our blog, we are consistently seeing MSP litigation and aggressive recovery efforts throughout the country.  The timely sharing of information and ultimate identification of a beneficiary’s enrollment in supplemental plans would certainly decrease the amount of litigious MSP recovery efforts, as well as the concerns of double damages.”

The blog post in its entirety can be read here

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